Our immune system cells require a number of biochemical factors to ensure their successful elimination of cancer cells. There are two major parts to our immune system in fighting cancer. The first part is our pancreas. Pancreatic enzymes are normally secreted into the small intestine to finish the digestion of protein, carbohydrate and fat. What most people do not know is that about 5% of our pancreatic enzymes are absorbed through pinocytization into our blood stream where they “digest” cancer cells. Cancer cells form a “chorion” or shell around their mass to protect themselves from the body’s T-Cells and antibodies. Our pancreatic enzymes digest this tough protein coating around the tumor cells so the T-Cells and antibodies can eliminate them. Consequently, good production of pancreatic enzymes is critical to protecting and treating for cancer. In an article that appeared in the British Medical Journal in 1906, embyologist John Beard wrote that pancreatic enzymes are one of the body's defenses against cancer and would be useful as a cancer treatment. He later wrote a book entitled The Enzyme Treatment of Cancer. A dentist named William Donald Kelley later expanded on this treatment which has cured thousands of patients with cancer using pancreatic enzymes. Most recently, an oncologist who received a 1.6 million dollar grant from the National Institute of Health to study pancreatic enzymes and cancer, Nick Gonzalez MD, has taken over where Beard and Kelly left off, and has already cured many, many patients with very difficult cancers, including pancreatic cancer which has the highest mortality rate of all. See his report here
The second part of the immune system's attack against cancer is the white blood cell’s production of T-Cells, which secrete hydrogen peroxide that kills the cancer cells. White blood cells also produce antibodies that mark cancer cells for the T-Cells to attack. The communication of the messages that organize white blood cells is done by messenger molecules made of proteins and special, vitamin-like sugars such as fucose and mannose. Our diets are often deficient in these sugars. High doses of these essential sugars have helped the immune system defeat many tough cancers. One of the ways these sugars fight cancer is by traveling to the bone marrow and stimulating the production of white blood cells. These sugars are found in larch trees, shitake mushrooms, Echinacea and Aloe vera.
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